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Talking Tech: Best TVs for the Super Bowl

Our electronics experts discuss the options in our video podcast

Published: January 24, 2014 05:30 PM

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Super Bowl XLVIII is almost here! What TV will you be watching it on? Are you ready for Ultra HD TV? Should you wait for the next new model or try to get a deal on last year's set?

In this episode of Talking Tech, electronics editor Glenn Derene talks with editor James K. Willcox and engineer Claudio Ciacci about the best big screens for watching the Big Game, and tips for wall-mounting your TV.

Find out all about the newest TVs and camcorders we saw at the 2014 International CES in this episode of Talking Tech. Check out some of the most cutting-edge TV technology at that show: flexible TVs. And see our step-by-step video guide on how to adjust and optimize your TV settings.

 

Do your homework before you buy a new television with the help of our TV buying guide and Ratings.  

   

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